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    Scott Steed

    Jazz Bass Instructor
    Room #240
    Phone: (509)359-2241
    Fax: (509)359-2241
    Email: scottsteed111@hotmail.com

    Scott was Born and Raised in Grand Rapids Michigan. He moved to San Francisco in 1981.    In San Francisco, Scott became one of the top calls for bass players in the S.F. Jazz scene, playing with many of the top local jazz musicians and players from out of town. In 1985, Scott won the bass chair in the Horace Silver Quintet. He traveled with the group that year. After returning Scott continued to play with many of the top Jazz players in S.F. such as, Tee Carson, Richie Cole, Bobby Hutcherson, Bruce Forman, Joe Henderson, Vince Lateano, Mark Murphy, Kitty Margolis, and many musicians traveling into town. In 1990 Scott became the Bass clinician for the Monterey Jazz Festivals traveling clinician program which he still does today. In 1993 Scott began to work with the legendary singer Joe Williams which he continued to do until Joe's death in 1998. In 1997, Scott moved to the Portland area where he has been well received and works with many of the great musicians here in the area such as Gary Hobbs, Randy Porter, Dan Balmer, Mel Brown, Tony Pacini, Tom Grant, Rebecca Kilgore, and many others. In 2001 Scott became the bass player and M.D. for the Diane Schuur group, and Played with her until 2010. He is on many recordings, and can also be seen at many of the Jazz Festivals around the world. In 2010 Scott moved from the Portland area to Spokane,Washington. In Spokane Scott Is an Adjunct Teacher at EWU in Cheney WA, and also at Whitworth University In Spokane,WA. He also plays locally in the Spokane WA area,

    Contact Information

    EWU Music Department
    119 Music Building
    Cheney, WA 99004

    email: chegney@ewu.edu
    phone: 509.359.2241
    fax: 509.359.7028

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